Below are my picks of the week's most notable new shows premiering/returning to UK screens; and as further proof TV's undergoing radical changes, two are online streaming exclusives...
PICK OF THE DAY Panorama: Hillsborough - How they Buried the Truth (BBC1, 9pm) Investigation into the UK's worst footballing disaster, and how officials hid the truth for years.
Branded a Witch (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about the rise of attacks on children accused of witchcraft in Britain.
Love & Death in City Hall (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary about the Belfast City Hall registry office, where significant moments in people's lives play out.
PICK OF THE DAY Eddie Izzzard's Mandela Marathons (Sky1, 9pm) Documentary following the comedian's attempt to run 27 marathons across South Africa in as many days; one day for every year Nelson Mandela spent in prison. (1/2)
The Hunt for Britain's Sex Gangs (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary following the work of police in Telford during Operation Chalice, investigating major child sex abuse crimes.
The Last Days of Anne Boleyn (BBC2, 9pm) Historical documentary about the first English Queen to be executed.
Henry VIII's Enforcer: The Rise & Fall of Thomas Cromwell (BBC2, 9pm) Historical documentary on the chief minister to Henry VIIII from 1532 to 1540.
Clare Balding's Secrets of a Suffragette (Channel 4, 8pm) Documentary about the tragic event when activist Emily Davison was struck by George V's horse and killed.
Nina Conti: Talk to the Hand (BBC4, 9pm) Standup comedy recorded live, with ventriloquist Nina Conti performing in Sydney, Australia.